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a shootout at one of the largest military bases in our country. live near that base with the latest. >>steve: he's known as the father of modern terrorism, so why is the leader of the free world giving a speech underneath yasser arafat's photo? the presidential's banner blunder today. >>brian: pop quiz. why is the united states a target of terrorism? the question showing up on a fifth grade test and jeff foxworthy is not hosting. wait until you hear what they call the correct answer. it might outrage you. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: it's the first friday in spring. >>anna: it doesn't feel like it, doesn't it? did you hear punxsutawney phil is probably headed to court for prognosticating this early spring? >>brian: they shut down every field in our town. it is too dangerous to practice in the spring. what's happening? after st. patrick's day -- it's too dangerous to play. we have turf. we should be allowed to play. more later. this is a shocking story. >>anna: we need to begin with the headlines. three u.s. marines are dead after a shooting at quantico in virginia. the suspected shoo
are being silenced. he knows because he says they told him so. hear from him straight ahead. >>steve: a hypocrisy alert. why members from one of the largest labor unions wants to strike against their labor union bosses. >>brian: anna kooiman is in search of honest people. this guy finds a phone on the sidewalk. should he return it? what should you do? "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: live from studio e in the heart of midtown manhattan where it is two days till spring and yet we are talking about snow. >>brian: when you give the studio a letter, are you concerned there are people in the building who don't know how to find us. >>steve: do you know where studio d is? >>brian: studio d is in wisconsin. that's where we keep our acapella group. that's where we keep our orchestra. >>steve: it used to be so simple when you used to have two or three -- >> i don't know them by the letters anymore. i know shepherd studio, "fox & friends" studio. >>steve: of course today it is the aingely earhart studio. >> let's get to the headlines. a terrifying scene -- this is in an indiana neighborhood
connect the tragedy to the sequester? marines are reacting. >>steve: white house tours are canceled for all of us, and pink slips are out and the sequester has everybody scared except the white house. their budget for a st. patrick's party untouched, and wait until you see who was inviteed to that party last night that you weren't invited to. >>brian: we're irish. we would have qualified. a proud dad posted this picture of his son who passed a hunter safety course. next thing you know cops are raiding his home demanding to see his gun. that boy, his dad, live at the top of the hour. "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ >>alisyn: almost freezing today at 6:01. >>steve: within the next hour we're going to flip over to spring officially. the vernal equinox before 7:00 eastern time here in new york city where it is 33 degrees in the canyon of concrete. >>alisyn: at some point the earth has to spin towards the sun; isn't that right? >>brian: the earth where we're on? >>alisyn: this part of earth, doesn't it have to get warmer? >>steve: it does. it's called summer. it's coming. we're in winter
now taking his latest crackdown to the rest of the country. we'll tell but that. >>steve: after a week of outrage, cbs apologizing for slapping our veterans in the face of one of their most popular shows. too little too late. we're going to report. you are going to decide on the not so amazing race. >>brian: one lucky trucker hits the $338 million powerball jackpot. the other big winner is uncle sam. wait till you hear how much the $338 million jackpot breaks down after they pay taxes. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: welcome back to the studio. look who's back after a long vacation. >>gretchen: i knew that rooster called this morning. >>brian: is that how you got up? >>gretchen: i didn't sleep that much. i'm on a three-hour time delay. but glad to be back. nice to come back to a snowstorm on the east coast. >>brian: did you get my promo this morning? >>gretchen: i saw your lips moving and if i was reading lips correctly, i thought i heard you say? >>brian: gretchen carlson will debut her entire vacation picture by picture day by day. >>gretchen: i believe 7:30 eastern time i broug
is looking good. there was an earlier stall near caesar chaves. steve. >>> we have cloudy skies. santa rosa, napa airport, both are reporting light rain. we could sure use a lot more. this system looks like decreasing throughout the day. any precip. i think the heaviest was last night. santa rosa was doing really well in the rain, 24.5. now 79% of normal. san jose, 70% of normal. i want to make a correction here. i -- i originally -- about a half-hour ago, i said one of the driest marches ever in san francisco, it's the 20th driest march. it is january, february, march, the driest three-month stretch in san francisco so far. only 1.66 inches of rain has fallen. we need another 1.50 plus to go into second place. i doubt that happens. so again we're in record- setting territory for lack of rain. i just saw -- came across on twitter from the national weather service in mobile, alabama, last year they were running about 48 degrees above average, this year to 28 below. what a -- 2 to 8 below. what a difference. this is a very mild system coming up from
stall near caesar chaves. steve. >>> we have cloudy skies. santa rosa, napa airport, both are reporting light rain. we could sure use a lot more. this system looks like decreasing throughout the day. any precip. i think the heaviest was last night. santa rosa was doing really well in the rain, 24.5. now 79% of normal. san jose, 70% of normal. i want to make a correction here. i -- i originally -- about a half-hour ago, i said one of the driest marches ever in san francisco, it's the 20th driest march. it is january, february, march, the driest three-month stretch in san francisco so far. only 1.66 inches of rain has fallen. we need another 1.50 plus to go into second place. i doubt that happens. so again we're in record- setting territory for lack of rain. i just saw -- came across on twitter from the national weather service in mobile, alabama, last year they were running about 48 degrees above average, this year to 28 below. what a -- 2 to 8 below. what a difference. this is a very mild system coming up from the southwest. there could still be a little bit more rain. you will start to
weather and traffic. i'm glad to see steve paulson back. >> i'm glad to be back too. >> feeling a bit better. >> i know. we do have a lot of high clouds spilling over us today. it will not be as nice as the weekend. pam and dave told me it was a very nice weekend. [ laughter ] i had to take their word for it. i didn't see much of it. today 50s and 60s and low 70s. here is sal. >>> right now we are looking at 880 as you drive through the traffic does look good as you get up to the downtown oakland area. also we are looking at westbound bay bridge. that traffic is moving along very nicely at the toll plaza. it's 5:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> over night news a car involved in a high speed chase through alameda county might be connected to a shooting in hayward. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty joins us from hayward with more on this possible connection. tara. >> reporter: this is where police say that an innocent bystander could have been killed in a drive by shooting. right now police are looking at surveillance video from that gas station to see if it provides more clues. au
and 580 in oakland are looking good. let's go to steve. >> sal, thank you. a lot of high clouds streaming in. very weak system falling apart. the majority will stay to the north. it will spin in fog and low clouds. mainly patchy. sonoma county airport says fog. a lot of high clouds. ridge of high pressure nudging eastward. and definitely an on shore breeze for most. travis, fairfield has a west at 16. west at oakland. west at sfo. a lot of high, mid level clouds. 30s and 40s and 50s on the temps. the wind direction. there is fairfield at 16. sfo west at 7. oakland airport west at 8. it's more of an on shore breeze. again this is a weak and dying system. storm track continues to stay north of us. not much changing until the weekend. we'll see. mostly sunny today. high clouds. a little cooler with that on shore breeze in place. mostly sunny and partly cloudy. they will boot scoot out of here. 60s on the temps or 50s. 50s or 60s or very low 70s. 66 redwood city. 65 fremont. santa cruz 64. partly cloudy on tuesday and mostly sunny wedne
weather and traffic. you're the ktvu doctor you're supposed to make steve paulson feel absolutely well. >> he doesn't always listen to me. >> we do have a little change today. it will still be partly sunny, mostly sunny but a lot of high clouds streaming in and a westerly breeze and that system is moving to the north. it will increase low clouds. 50s and 60s. a couple holding on to low 70s. here is sal. >>> good morning. traffic is moving along pretty well on southbound 101 as you head down to the toll plaza, golden gate bridge. no major problems there. the morning commute is looking good if you are driving at the bay bridge but we're seeing signs the metering lights could be on soon. let's go back to the desk. >>> topping our news is ore night news car involved in a high speed chase through alameda county might be connected to a shooting in hay ward. our cameras caught the chase on 880 late last night. people in the cars were throwing things out ton to the freeway but never found those things. when the car continued on 580 it lost control. spun out minutes later and officers did find
:'09 let's go -- 6:09 let's go to steve. >>> clouds streaming in. majority of it is going to the north. patchy low clouds and on shore breeze and higher clouds mean a little bit cooler day today. temperatures yesterday with lots of sunshine coming down about two to four degrees today with that westerly breeze and a lot of the higher clouds it does look like a cooler week ahead. san francisco yesterday 60. average this time of year 62. patchy clouds chilly to mild. high clouds. a west wind in place. 40s for some. 30s for others. novato 37. napa at 39. 46 san jose. 50 right at oakland and also at hayward. but that west wind for most locations west, west southwest fairfield 16 miles an hour. oakland sfo west at 7. 27 now in tahoe. 33 eureka. 30s, 40s, and 50s down in southern california. springfield, illinois 18 inches of snow. greatest amount ever for a calendar day. you tell those folks it's spring they are still digging out. as long as that pattern remaps locked in to the east, i don't see much changing. there is signs or hints of a system comi
to steve. >>> mostly sunny this morning by this afternoon we will be talking about rain and we could sure use it but here is some patchy low clouds and upper 60s and lower 70s inland. >>> coming up on mornings on 2, violence in the east bay, police are searching for a man who committed a knife attack. >>> and the pope will be officially inaugurated tomorrow and we have new details we found out about the ceremony, stay with us, we will be right back. >>> we're live in alameda where a st. patrick's day bar fight ends with a stabbing. we'll tell you what police are saying about the suspects who got away. >>> a memorial is set up this morning to remember the two victims killed in a raceway crash in the north bay as investigators look into the house. >> reporter: and vallejo police this morning, working to track down the person who killed and elderly man at a home in this city. we'll tell you about the key witness to this deadly shooting. >>> plus -- the thick, black smoke and ash that covered a lot of contra costa county. when we will find out if it caused a health hazard. "mornings on 2" sta
. visibility is good. steve's back and he brought his good visibility with him. there are no major problems on 880 in oakland. you can see that traffic is looking good in both directions. we've had some slowing. livermore valley, and the altamont pass coming into the main part of livermore, we've had a lot of fender-benders. i think a lot of people are on the road there. when you reach the 680 interchange, it's better. let's go to sal. >>> we have good visibility. patchy high clouds, patchy low clouds. today is the tweener day. we'll get some cloudy skies in here and then wednesday. sunny, high clouds, cloudy with rain developing. the testimony will probably weaken considerly, maybe .75. any rain after the system? no. one and done. that's been the pattern since january. the trend is your friend. we'll get one system that i'm standing in front of. it looks good. it is good. it has more show than good. we'll still get some rain out of it. had it has some midlatitude moisture. we'll get the clouds later today. mostly sunny and then turning cloudy to m
is a mess getting to it as well. 880 is not all that bad with slowing on 101 already, let's go to steve. >>> we have increasing clouds throughout the day and we have it giving way to rain this evening. this will be a weak system, 60s for most and rain comes in later today. >>> marking a new era, the message pope francis has for 1.2 billion catholics. >> reporter: developing news from nevada -- a deadly accident involving several u.s. marines. the questions that surround the tragedy. >> reporter: a man is shot and killed by police in east san jose. investigators are looking into what led up to this shooting. we'll have an update. ♪ >>> and overnight mass at the vatican, marking a new era for the church. >> reporter: miami or santa clara? who will host super bowl l? the nfl has nare roared it down but it doesn't necessarily want to pay. we'll tell you what the organization is asking for t "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, march 19th. >>> we have new video on developing news w
is moving well. let's go to steve. >>> thank you. a little cooler today. partly sunny partly cloudy skies. mainly 50s and 60s. >>> coming up next on mornings on 2 a high speed chase in the east bay over night. how that chase may be tied to gunfire. >>> many years of waiting finally over for you drivers in pacifica. >> reporter: we're live in hayward where police are led through three east bay cities after a wild chase. we'll tell you what other crimes the suspects may be linked to. >>> the big week has arrived for the nation's highest court, the supreme court. they take up two gay marriage cases including one from california. >>> a good kid, you know. he hard working. >> heartbroken people hoping for the best for a missing man in the bay. >>> and opening ceremonies are today for the devil's slide tunnel. "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> well, good morning to you. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's monday, march 25th. a car involved in a high-speed chase may also be tied to an armed robbery and two shootings. tara moriarty is live in hayward at the scene
directions so far here in front of the oakland coliseum. today's weather, here's steve. >> thank you, sir. >>> increase in the low clouds, weak system coming in. the bum u.k. of it is going to the north. it's picked up more of a westerly breeze. that's oregon or maybe the extreme northern california border. we'll get a lot of high clouds out of it and low clouds enhanced. partly cloudy, patchy low clouds, fog. napa airport, santa rosa fog, .25 visibility. chilly to mild. some locations are near 50. others 30. a lot of high clouds and a westerly breeze. there will be a cool down today. a beautiful weekend this weekend, a lot of sunshine. and temperatures which were above average, kind of sliding back to average. 30s for some. napa, 38 with the fog. novato, 37 degrees. 51, though, oakland and 50 at hayward. a lot of upper 40s. and a no doubt about it westerly breeze for most. sfo, oakland in on that. 26 up in tahoe. 36 ukiah, 33 eureka. it's chilly there. 50s and 60s, palm springs, 60. the big news continues to be what's new. there's another snows
expressway. let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sir. a beautiful sunrise, we get higher clouds. a few breaks in the clouds, last full day of winter. spring starts tomorrow. we'll get a little bit of rain tonight. not a big deal. the system is falling apart. mostly cloudy, rain later, we'll take it tonight into tomorrow morning. cooler with a lot of clouds. it looks mostly sunny and mild by the weekend. maybe warm on saturday. two parts to the system, the stronger ones appear, and that's where the heavy rain will be, pacific northwest, northern california. we have to wait for the little guy back there. rainfall projections are very light. i will slow you those in a second. partly cloudy, chilly to cold. i know they are held up. it just feels colder. a little bit more moisture. clouds increase, light rain coming in. mostly cloudy, rain develops tonight into tomorrow. this is a very weak system. morning rain on wednesday. then we'll kick it out of here. rainfall projections are extremely light. i think that will cover it. there could be a few isolat
than expected with $17 million. steve carell's flopped with just $10 million, one of the worst days ever for the comedian. >>> anderson cooper was honored this weekend and celebrated by planting a big, awkward kiss on madonna. the material girl presented the award to cooper dressed as a boy scout in protest of the organization's ban on gay members. that was clumsy. >>> finally, the "forbes" list of most influential celeb rights is out. steven spielberg, ron howard, and george lucas. the number one went to none other than oprah winfrey. there was a lot of talk about her channel not doing so well at first but it's grown steadily, up. >> she changed the strategy. >> changed a little bit, still big books. >>> we want to tell you about a new addition to the family. veranda de la cruz gave bird to a beautiful baby boy. veronica tells us she and baby hart are doing just great. "way too early" starts right now. >>> they talk about rebranding the gop. instead of restoring the trust of the american people. we're not here to rebrand the party. we're here to rebuild a country. we're not here to
is not. voting to keep what for many is really no big whoop. one more day of junk mitchell -- steve is not impressed because he doesn't like congress stamping out an easy money fix. wouldn't really shave many doors in the scheme of things but it's led us back to the beginning. what happened? >> this is maybe the first time ever in washington's story -- this is a big story here. we have a government agency that actually wants to cut its budget. it wants to -- >> neil: bingo. wants to downsize. >> congress won't let them. never seen this before. congress is saying you can't touch your budget. it would be one thing if the postal service were earning profit and they had extra money but we're talking bat government agency, because of the decline in mail volume, losing in the neighborhood of 10 to $12 billion a year. this his the first baby step. >> neil: why was this rejected in part of a bigger thing. it wasn't as if they were just fighting this. do they want a more aggressive approach or were they saying, we about to start from scratch? >> first of all, that's the big problem. you have
. steve hayes, senior writer for the "weekly standard." juan williams, columnist with the hill. syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. he didn't say unconditional negotiations. it sounded like he was headed that way. >> as the statement you just showed one of the most important ever made by a president of the united states about arab-israeli peace. what essentially you said to the palestinians and the world is settlements are a problem. but the main issue is israeli security and palestinian statehood. if you can achieve that. in other words, if you get peace between palestinian state and jewish state you draw the line. everybody understands when the line is drawn between the territories, israeli settlements -- the israeli settlement on the palestinian side will all be evacuated. so he is saying the problem will be solved if there is a peace agreement. it's not an obstacle. because as in gaza, all the settlements were removed. there will not be settlements or jews on the palestinian side of the line. this is a way to truly undercut the palestinian argument. and this is what abbas has bee
is track the storm in the fox extreme weather sent term. first let's go to national correspondent steve centanni live in maryland with an up close and personal look at this storm, steve. >> very close and very personal. it's wet and cold out here with the snow coming down in higgerstown, maryland 60 miles west of washington d.c. take a look into the trees over here off my left shoulder. it's kind of a winter wonderland out there. a lot of heavy snow falling overnight into the morning, still coming down fairly heavily. very pretty but not exactly what you would like to see at this time of year. normally it's cherry blossoms in washington d.c., warm weather and tourists. now kind of a winter chill has tpaeupbl on everything. i've standing by i70. this storm has barreled along i70 through colorado, kansas, illinois, missouri, ohio and now the washington d.c. area and the eastern seaboard. it's the i70 storm. in spite of all the bad weather though the state police here say things haven't been all that bad. listen. >> we would normally have significantly more traffic on the roads on a monday
bream. live from the nation's capitol, america's news headquarters. we go to steve centanni more. >> the central issue is whether iraq's president or prime minister, a shiite muslim is helping to support the assad regime in syria, allowing the over flights by iran. now, if so, that raises serious questions about u.s./iraqi relations going forward. secretary kerry met with iraqi prime minister malkey in his unannounced stroz baghdad today. and those iranian flights were at the top of the agend a. the secretary and the prime minister had a private meeting that kerry described as a spirited discussion. when it was over, the secretary told reporters, quote, anything that supportings president assad is problematic. i made it very clear to the prime minister that the overflights from iran are in fact helping to discontinue president osaud and his regime. thez believes the iranian aircraft flying over iraq are carrying weapons to help arm the syrian government, although it rawn insists it is humanitarian aid. the u.s. has asked iraq to force the planes to land in iraq for inspections. b
. host: all right our last phone call. up next we will talk to congressman steve pearce about his outreach to minorities, women and young voters and then we will turn our attention to capitol hill with earl. we'll be right back. >> 34 years ago fay we began providing access to the kong and federal government. the c-span networks created by america's cable companies in 1979 and brought to you as a public service by your cable providers. >> and we can take pictures with m.r.i. or upset scans or c.t. scans and see the whole thing but there's an enormous gap about how the circuits function in the brain as to how i am able to move my hand or to lay down a memory. we don't know how that works. with technology yet to be invented, so a lot of this is going to be technology invented or nano technology. but we need to be able to record hundreds of thousands of brain cells at the same time and be able to understand how it works. that's brain mas analysis that's at work. we don't really have work yet for milestones and that but it's getting to be a very exciting moment to put together thooth
's health insurance or face a $600 penalty. abc's steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: cvs, with nearly 200,000 workers, told everyone using their health plan they have until may 1st, 2014, to get to a doctor and measure their weight. height, blood pressure and other levels. employees who agree see no change but those who refuse will pay an extra $50 a month for health insurance. >> it's technology-enhanced discrimination on steroids. >> reporter: the critics are having a field day calling this coercion and worrying that cvs and any other company might start firing sick workers. >> the approach they're taking is based on the assumption that somehow these people need a whip. they need to be penalized in order to make themselves healthy. >> reporter: the company says this is voluntary and it never sees the test results. in an e-mail overnight they explained that their benefits program is evolving, to help our colleagues take more responsibility for improving their health and managing health-associated costs. >> the goal of these kinds of programs is to end up with a healthier
. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. >> steve: once again, the book is called "roger ayles off camera." it's a great book about business. we'll talk to him in the after the show show. >> alisyn: tomorrow we have michelle malkin, brook burke from "dancing with the stars." >> brian: don't miss it. there will be a quiz. bill: big head lien here, everybody. fox news alert. the white house chief of staff calling it a real game-changer if sub stand at this aided. denis mcdonough talking about reports out of syria chemical weapons were used in that war as president obama arrives it -- in israel and a country that shares a border. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to america's newsroom. martha: i'm martha maccallum. this is very serious story. president obama may soon have to act. mike rogers chairs the intel committee in the house. his counterpart in the senate, dianne feinstein, both say based on briefings they received very high probability that syria's regime used weapons of mass destruction. that has been called a red line issue by president obama who warned syria's dictator bash
, jon heilman is back. former treasury official and "morning joe" economic analyst steve ratner. in washington editorial director of the national journal group, ron fornia. >> we are halpern, heilman every sunday night late to get ready for the show and we go to the hippest place there and where is that? >> i don't know. i've never been there. >> we go to brooklyn. >> there is a quizino's there. >> we don't want that to happen, we don't want people like me to go to these places but we do. we go last night, right? >> yeah. >> what is wrong with my sweater? >> i'm sorry. it's just -- >> i'd make him take the sweater off first. >> a little too connecticut? >> a little too connecticut. >> so we go in. last night, we are in there and usually we are watching wrestling or something like that. >> dutch wrestling. >> right. right. >> midget wrestling. >> bring it in for a landing. >> jon says to me, wait, wait, wait! doing the whole thing on the bible. we ask the bartender to switch the channel. we are sitting there drinking and doing shots and watching the history channel's "jesus." we
is not gng to go away. adam and steve are not going to be married if the supreme court goes against it. there's going to be children that are children of gay couples that are still going to exist. we're still going to have the practical issue to deal with. are we going to tell those children that their family is deserving of less recognition or that they come from a dysfunctional family? are we going to tell that couple that they have less of a right to love each other? so this issue is not going to go away. we have to remember, let's put a name and face to this, the case that's going in front of the supreme court edith winsler, 83 years old, spent 40 years with her partner thea. if thea had been theo, edith winsler would not have had to pay the $600,000 in estate taxes she had to pay when her partner died. that's what we're talking about. that's the kind of equality, but regardless of what the court decides, edith and thea are still going to love each other and still going to be a couple. >> the thing is that edith and t he a don't want separate but equal treatment under the law when it come
is available on- line at politico dot com. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> steve king and michele bachmann and former house speaker newt gingrich where among the speakers saturday at the conference. this is about one hour, 20 minutes. the to six years ago, national debt was not a big deal, and then a grass-roots movement, known as the tea party, began to emerge. [cheers and applause] and what made the tea party so effective is not only did it come from the grass roots, but it had three priorities, including fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free markets. because of the tea party, we were able to put candidates like michele bachmann into congress so they can make sure that congress will not continue to spend my generation's money. we need to save the tea party so that we can save america. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome a representative for the tea party patriots. ♪ coming up ♪ >> thank you. picture this. college students who are optimistic about this future and look forward to living the american dream. they becomege, parents and put food on the table for the
's, the decline steepens for the average person. steve trachtenberg is 75. >> i'm still cooking with gas, but i'm not the man i was at 65 or 55. >> solman: even so, trachtenberg thinks traditional retirement at age 65 is too young. >> people live longer now and are healthier longer now. but i think having an age at which the institution and the individual could together decide whether the person ought to retire would be a useful thing. >> solman: trachtenberg says 70 would be a good age to do that. so why does he continue to work at 75? >> well, if we had the conversation, i'd push back. i'd say, no, im still working! >> everybody's situation is different. >> solman: george mason psychology professor lou buffardi is retiring this spring at age 70. but he doesn't think everyone should. >> there are many folks my age and older who are remaining at the university and are some of our very best people. >> solman: sure, says claire potter, but there's a catch. >> i think one of the things you get if you have an aging faculty is, there's a kind of break on innovation that is unnecessar
to pass and those are the budgets that most americans agree with. >> new york congressman steve israel. thank you. >>> still ahead, poll divide. from the budget to same sex marriage. even guns. when it come to these hot button issues, we'll look at why congress and the american public appear to be on totally different pages. we're also following the manhunt for the kill here gunned down colorado's prison chief. officials are now investigating a link between the murder and the chief's refusal to extradite a saudi national. >>> don't forget as always, you can join our conversation on twitter. you can find us there. hey. they're coming. yeah. british. later. sorry. ok...four words... scarecrow in the wind... a baboon... monkey? hot stew saturday!? ronny: hey jimmy, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? jimmy: happier than paul revere with a cell phone. ronny: why not? anncr: get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announ
it nationally. for example, when a conservative like steve pearce in new mexico wins in a predominantly latino district, we need to glean the lessons of his approach. second, in order to combat misperceptions, we will premiere an aggressive marketing campaign across the country, especially in communities we haven't been to in a long time, about what it means to be a republican. third, we will establish regular focus groups and listening sessions, to ensure we are on target in our communications. we will regularly share our findings, as well as polling results, with our candidates, allies, state parties, and elected leaders. because it all goes back to what our moms used to tell us, it's not just what we say, it's how we say it. the promise of opportunity will be our message, and a spirit of optimism will infuse everything we do. messaging certainly overlaps with the next action area, demographic partners. now, i didn't need a report to tell me that we have to make up ground with minority groups, with women, and with young voters. specifically for youth voters, the report outlines the need to p
. as abc's steve osunsami reports, more people are starting to put their homes on the market and for good reason. >> reporter: what a turn around. it took only ten days to sell this beautiful home in the middle of atlanta. there were four offers. it sold for $10,000 above asking. >> do you like this house? >> nathan and christine mayberry have been searching for a single family home in a good school district and say there are no homes to buy. for now in a cramped condo they just sold in four short days. >> the surprise is the shortage, really. i think the tables have turned now. >> reporter: on the internet realtors like michael neville have been screaming about this for months. >> we honestly have no inventory in the marketplace. >> reporter: a map of atlanta, look at all the homes for sale three years ago. now today. in oakland, the average home selling in 14 days. in saint louis, real estate agent, kate burmeister going door to door. begging families in good neighborhoods to sell. >> here is information about the neighborhood. do you know anybody looking to buy or sell now? >> no. >> r
is expanding an internet scanning program once restricted only to government networks. now steve hayes, senior writer, "weekly standard", fox news contributor has been looking at this and he is with me now. steve, good morning to you. >> good morning, bill. bill: big picture, you seem to be okay with this, is that right? >> i think we need to know a lot more about the details how exactly this will work and we need to know what kind of protections are set up to protect the privacy of average americans. no one wants the government to have access or the opportunity to scanning or reading their e-mails on one hand. on the other hand, when you look at nature of the cyber threat that we face on a daily basis, both in government and in industry and in our private networks, it's a significant problem and it needs to be addressed and i think address addressed forthrightly. bill: based on what you understand about this program it is looking for what then? in either your e-mails or your internet search? >> right. it's looking for sort of big picture possible viruses, possible attacks. the kinds of things
'm going to let your fans ask some questions. brooklyn is in the house. >> good morning, steve phenie. do you think from the future, you'll write from the male point of view? >> think it's possible. for me, obviously, it's most natural to write from the female perspective. i have to know a character really well to the point where i'm not thinking about, what would man do. it's what would this character do. it does worry me. you don't want to get it wrong. >> jennifer, from new york. >> hi, do you have plans to produce any more movies? >> i have a little one called "austinland" that we took to sundance. making a comedy is so much fun. a couple of other thing that we're looking into right now. but it's -- it's not something i want to do instead of writing. it's something i want to do also with writing. it's a lot of fun, though. >> you don't want to limit yourself. >> why not have every creative outlet you can find. >> one more question. >> if you could be bella or melanie who would you choose? >> do i get to have bella's powers? if i never have to sleep and i'm superstrong, i'll do that on
lead to steve cohen, sac former fund manager trading on alleged insider information on elon. expert period of time network guy giving him the information. he was looking at the capital whole another time before the financial crisis because he thought they were cherry picking. looked like certain of segna's hedge fund clients obviously they got a tip along those lines. they were getting benefits. others weren't. when was raj. whether they looked at trading went on the trading looked suspicious. ahead of deals. sort of the stuff in this indictment. they looked at raj's trading too. that is when they really, that's when they really started to bear down. that is what led to raj rajaratnam, fascinating that the brother who started the whole thing who got raj, bigger brother in trouble is now six years later now being --. ashley: he is not off the hook. >> not off the hook. pleading not guilty. his brother did as well. we'll see what ha hoops. ashley: great stuff, charlie gasparino. >> follow that line of reasoning. hopefully makes for a great book. tracy: will make a great book. good stu
in these primaries and whether or not they would be going after people like steve keg who looks like he is going to win any primary in iowa. >> bill: all right. kevin robolard is a reporter for "politico." nothing more fun than standing on the side lines and watching republicans eat each other alive. thanks a lot kevin. >> all right. thanks a lot. >> announcer:ing heard around the country and seen on current tv this is the "bill press show." converstion started next. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. john fugelsang: if you believe in states rights but still support the drug war you must be high. cenk uygur: i think the number one thing viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. i think the audience gets that i actually mean it. michael shure: this show is about being up to date so a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. joy behar: you can say anything here. jerry springer: i spent a couple joy behar: your mistake was writin
'm steve pearce, i represent the 2nd district of new mexico, 34% republican, 52% hispanic, and they're hungry for the conservative values that we represent. you heard susan describe atlas, and the question for us today is has atlas shrugged? now, to have a significant discussion about that we first of all need to think about the two terms potential and kinetic energy. you all know what potential is. we have all seen these kids at school that excel in athletics or maybe in the classroom, and we hope they live up to their potential. actually, washington, d.c., the redskins are home to one of the stories of potential versus kinetic energy. a kid that grew up in my hometown, timmy smith. we watched as he electrified audiences with his running ability in football through junior high and high school, actually came here to play professional football, and in his rookie year had an outstanding year, culminated in the super bowl by setting a record, the all-time record for rushing in the superpole by a rookie from my hometown. he demonstrated potential his whole life, and yet he went home two
than up and i'm extremely excited that steve kornacki will be joining me on the weekends and he's just a fantastic person and he's really smart and has incredible -- >> everybody likes him. >> he's got this wonderful generosity about him and also just an incredible -- he's a really good reporter. he's great. he's great. what we did on up, obviously we had two hours, we weren't that pegged to the daily news cycle. we're going to have one hour, more pegged to that day's news but a lot of things happen in a day. >> does that bottle go with you? >> yeah, this will probably come with me. i think it's going to be a more appropriate acue treement of a desk of a prime time host. >> you don't want to be drinking on the weekends. >> you don't want to be tipping sunday morning at 10:00, but at 9:30 having just come out of a prime time show and change out of the suit, it's a perfectly acceptable little treat to give one's self. >> how much is that going to last? >> i don't want to say that on camera. >> got you back there, chris. anyway, tomorrow at 12:30, eastern, chris and i get into the differe
of the phones. give steve acre call at 866-55-press. he will tell you about the drive this morning. and we will get back to a big, big announcement yesterday by mayor michael bloomberg, the latest big story here for us to talk about this morning, but first, here we go. you know, i keep looking for these articles about identity theft. this one out of florida, where authorities have arrested five id theft suspects accused of preparing to sell personal information on thousands of people they gathered victims, names, dates of birth and social security numbers and then were shopping them around in a sting operation and caught in a sting operation called operation sharktank, only in florida. right? stories like that, identity theft, you have to be protected against it. i suggest lifelock ultimate which i have got the most comprehensive id theft protection out there. lifelock can't protect you or your bank account if you are not a member. call now and mention press 60 for 60 risk-free days of lifelock ultimate identity theft protection. if you are not happy, they w
loser is the one we're all surprised about, is steve carrell's movie, at just $10 million. if you're going to see one wizard, one magician movie this weekend, it's probably going to be "the wizard of oz." >> rob schuter -- we love you. >>> all right, making spring cleaning fun. >> is that possible? >> we put cleaning tricks to the test. ain our totally new kind of lipcolor l'oreal's innovative formula delivers lasting color like a lipstain with 30% water it's the wet look for my lips. beautifully lasting, shiny, lightweight it's all my lips could want in 12 lasting shades l'oreal's new caresse wet shine stain you're worth it tand delicious, soft caramel. to fill you up and keep you moving, whatever your moves. payday. fill up and go! go olive garden! bring your appetite. bring someone who shares your appetite. for our 2 for $25 italian dinner. start with unlimited soup or salad. then choose an appetizer to share. now for the main course, choose 2 of 5 new creations, like new tuscan garlic chicken. or our new hand-rolled sicilian seafood lasagna. three courses, two people, just $25
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